Garden by Piet Oudolf
Piet Oudolf, garden designer Biennale Venezia - Living
Drought tolerant plants - Trachelium caeruleum is backed by a drift of Mexican bush sage (Salvia leucantha). Lavender-gray catmint (Nepeta faassenii) on left. Yarrow (Achillea 'Anthea') on right.
Gauzy textures, gutsy plants
#Chelsea Flower Show 2014, Andy McIndoe, Floral Marquee, Hilliers Nursery, stand
Chartreuse in my garden (Spiderwort 'Sweet Kate' with ajuga 'Black Scallop')
Ramat Hasharon house | Pitsou Kedem _Architect
Andy Sturgeon - awarded Gold at the Chelsea Flower Show 2010
Glorious Kale - The principle of crop rotation is to grow specific groups of vegetables on a different part of the vegetable plot each year. This helps to reduce a build-up of crop-specific pest and disease problems and it organises groups of crops according to their cultivation needs...
Perennial Garden. Repeat a color for impact. Allium & Salvia.
Stacked Stone Sculpture - This Old House
75 Outdoor Upgrades for Under $75
Pennisetum setaceum 'Fireworks' with Fuchsia 'Autumnale' and Ceratostigma x willmottianum 'My Love' at Hayefield.com